Local chains of trivia hosting whose most common venues are sports pubs or chain restaurants. May also include non-chain restaurants. Format is broken into short rounds, with frequent breaks to make the trivia seem longer without writing lots of questions. Instead of giving the whole night or category a theme, each question is random to provide maximum generic appeal. The host is picked not for their interesting question writing skills, but for their radio-style personality.
I spent 2 hours at a corporate trivia last night and had to drink 4 drinks out of boredom while our annoying trivia host individually graded one question at a time, written on their logo'd trivia notepads. Waste of time and paper.
door TriviaThrilledtheRadioStarPDX 11 november 2011

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